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Revolution readers should know the legend of the British military watches known as the "Dirty Dozen",Tudor Replica a group of 12 companies who made watches to the specifications of UK Ministry of Defense.

The complete "Dirty Dozen", watches, created by 12 watch companies that were commissioned by the UK Ministry of Defence. (Image (c), Watches of Knightsbridge).

About 4,000 watches were ordered in 1944 and delivered in December 1945. Others were delivered throughout 1945. This means that many of these watches saw service in the Second World A factor that has greatly helped the W.W.W. These watches have "Watch, Wrist, Waterproofs" engraving on their casebacks, which has attracted a lot of attention from military collectors.

W.W.W. W.W.W. engraving on the caseback

If you know the story of "Dirty Dozen", then you will be familiar with how the M100 became a huge success. In 2017, Don Cochrane (grandson of the last owner of Vertex) revived the family business,patek philippe calatrava replica and launched the watch.

The M100 was almost identical to the "Dirty Dozen", Vertex watch. The watch measures 40mm in stainless steel (a 5mm increase) and has a double-curved anti-reflective sapphire glass (instead of acrylic) that is 100m water-resistant. It was powered by a hand-wound ETA-7001 movement.

It was intended to be a recreation a military-spec field watch so legibility was crucial. Modern-day Vertex fitted the M100's black dial with white numerals made in Super-LumiNova. These are both extraordinarily effective in dark environments and make extraordinary creative use of the lume material to create the Arabic hour markers.

Modern day Vertex has grown from strength to strength since then. The M100B was a modified version of the M100, with a DLC-coated stainless steel case. The MP45 was a monopusher chronograph that could be wound manually or automatically.